Games[edit] All games developed by BioWare Edmonton, except where noted. Title Details Shattered Steel Original release dates:[3][20] NA: 27 September 1996 EU: September 1996 Release years by system: 1996 – DOS, Windows[3][21] 1997 – Mac OS[22] Notes: Mech simulation action game[3] Originally published by Interplay Productions[3] Baldur's Gate Original release dates:[23][24][25][26] NA: 21 December 1998 EU: December 1998 AU: Q1 1999 JP: 30 January 1999 Release years by system: 1998 – Windows[23] 2000 – Mac OS[27] Notes: Fantasy role-playing game[28] Set in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting of Dungeons & Dragons[23] Based on Advanced Dungeons & Dragons 2nd edition ruleset[29] Originally published by Interplay Entertainment[23] Tales of the Sword Coast expansion released in May 1999[30] Enhanced Edition developed by Overhaul Games/Beamdog and released in 2012[31] MDK2 Original release dates:[32][33] NA: 31 March 2000 EU: 12 May 2000 Release years by system: 2000 – Dreamcast,[32] Windows[34] 2001 – PlayStation 2[35] 2011 – Wii[36] Notes: Science fiction action-adventure game[32] Originally published by Interplay Entertainment[32] PlayStation 2 version received enhancements and was renamed to MDK 2: Armageddon[37] Wii release and MDK2 HD developed by Overhaul Games/Beamdog[36][38] Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn Original release dates:[39][40][41][42] NA: 21 September 2000 AU: 28 September 2000 EU: 29 September 2000 JP: 11 October 2000 Release years by system: 2000 – Windows[41] 2001 – Mac OS[43] Notes: Fantasy role-playing game[41] Set in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting of Dungeons & Dragons[41][43] Based on Advanced Dungeons & Dragons 2nd edition ruleset[44] Originally published by Interplay Entertainment[39] Throne of Bhaal expansion released in June 2001[45] Enhanced Edition developed by Overhaul Games/Beamdog and released in 2013[46] Neverwinter Nights Original release dates:[47][48][49][50] NA: 18 June 2002 EU: 28 June 2002 AU: 3 July 2002 JP: 20 March 2003 Release years by system: 2002 – Windows[51] 2003 – Linux,[52] Mac OS X[53] Notes: Fantasy role-playing game[51] Set in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting of Dungeons & Dragons[51] Based on Dungeons & Dragons 3rd edition ruleset[51] Originally published by Infogrames[51] Shadows of Undrentide expansion released in June 2003;[54] co-developed with Floodgate Entertainment[55] Hordes of the Underdark expansion released in December 2003[56] Additional downloadable content released following the expansions[57] Enhanced Edition in development at Beamdog[58] Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Original release dates:[59][60][61] NA: 16 July 2003 EU: 12 September 2003 AU: 19 September 2003 Release years by system: 2003 – Xbox, Windows[59][62] 2004 – Mac OS X[63] 2013 – iOS[64] 2014 – Android[65] Notes: Role-playing game[59] Set in the Star Wars universe[59] Originally published by LucasArts[59] Jade Empire Original release dates:[66][67][68] NA: 12 April 2005 EU: 22 April 2005 AU: 19 May 2005 JP: 16 June 2005 Release years by system: 2005 – Xbox[66] 2007 – Windows[69] 2008 – Mac OS X[70] 2016 – iOS, Android[71][72] Notes: Role-playing game[73] Inspired by Chinese mythology and martial arts[73] Originally published by Microsoft Game Studios[66] Mass Effect Original release dates:[74][75][76] NA: 20 November 2007 AU: 22 November 2007 EU: 23 November 2007 JP: 21 May 2009 Release years by system: 2007 – Xbox 360[77] 2008 – Windows[77] 2012 – PlayStation 3[77] Notes: Science fiction action role-playing game[74][77] Originally published by Microsoft Game Studios[77] Downloadable content released following launch[78] Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood Original release dates:[79][80][81][82] AU: 25 September 2008 EU: 26 September 2008 NA: 30 September 2008 JP: 6 August 2009 Release years by system: 2008 – Nintendo DS[81] Notes: Role-playing game[80] Set in the Sonic the Hedgehog universe[80] Published by Sega[80] Mass Effect Galaxy Original release date:[83] WW: 22 June 2009 Release years by system: 2009 – iOS[83] Notes: Top-down action game[83] Published by Electronic Arts[84] Dragon Age: Origins Original release dates:[85][86][87] NA: 3 November 2009 AU: 5 November 2009 EU: 6 November 2009 JP: 27 January 2011 Release years by system: 2009 – Mac OS X, PlayStation 3, Windows, Xbox 360[85][88] Notes: Fantasy role-playing game[28] Published by Electronic Arts[85] Downloadable content released following launch[89] Awakening expansion released in March 2010[90] Mass Effect 2 Original release dates:[91][92][93] NA: 26 January 2010 AU: 28 January 2010 EU: 29 January 2010 JP: 13 January 2011 Release years by system: 2010 – Windows, Xbox 360[91] 2011 – PlayStation 3[94] Notes: Science fiction action role-playing game[95] Published by Electronic Arts[91] Downloadable content released following launch[96] Dragon Age II Original release dates:[97][98][99] NA: 8 March 2011 AU: 10 March 2011 EU: 11 March 2011 JP: 2 February 2012 Release years by system: 2011 – Mac OS X, PlayStation 3, Windows, Xbox 360[98] Notes: Fantasy action role-playing game[100] Published by Electronic Arts[97] Downloadable content released following launch[101] Dragon Age Legends Original release date:[102] WW: 16 March 2011 Release years by system: 2011 – Web browser[102][103] Notes: Social network role-playing game[102][103] Developed by BioWare San Francisco[103] Star Wars: The Old Republic Original release dates:[12][104] NA: 20 December 2011 EU: 20 December 2011 AU: 1 March 2012 AS: 1 March 2012 Release years by system: 2011 – Windows[105] Notes: Massively multiplayer online role-playing game[13] Set in the Star Wars universe[13] Developed by BioWare Austin[13] Published by Electronic Arts[106] Six expansions released following launch[107] Mass Effect 3 Original release dates:[108] NA: 6 March 2012 AU: 8 March 2012 EU: 9 March 2012 JP: 15 March 2012 Release years by system: 2012 – PlayStation 3, Wii U, Windows, Xbox 360[108][109] Notes: Science fiction action role-playing game[108] Published by Electronic Arts[110] Downloadable content released following launch[111] Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes Cancellation date:[17] 29 March 2013 Proposed system release: Windows[16] Notes: Free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena game[17] Set in the Warhammer Fantasy universe[17] Developed by BioWare Mythic[16] Planned to be published by Electronic Arts[16] Open beta released in 2011[17] Command & Conquer: Generals 2 Cancellation date:[18] 29 October 2013 Proposed system release: Windows[15] Notes: During development, project design shifted from a standard real-time strategy game (RTS) to a free-to-play, multiplayer-focused RTS rebranded as Command & Conquer[18] Set in the Command & Conquer universe[18] Developed by BioWare Victory[15] Planned to be published by Electronic Arts[15] Dragon Age: Inquisition Original release dates:[112][113][114] NA: 18 November 2014 AU: 20 November 2014 EU: 21 November 2014 JP: 27 November 2014 Release years by system: 2014 – PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Windows, Xbox 360, Xbox One[112] Notes: Fantasy action role-playing game[115][116] Published by Electronic Arts[112] Downloadable content released following launch[117] Shadow Realms Cancellation date:[118] 9 February 2015 Proposed system release: 2017 – PlayStation 4, Windows, Xbox One[119] Notes: Asymmetrical multiplayer action role-playing game[13] Developed by BioWare Austin[13] Planned to be published by Electronic Arts[13] Mass Effect: Andromeda Original release dates:[119][120] NA: 21 March 2017 EU: 23 March 2017 AU: 23 March 2017 Release years by system: 2017 – PlayStation 4, Windows, Xbox One[119] Notes: Science fiction action role-playing game[121] Developed by BioWare Montreal[122] Published by Electronic Arts[119] Anthem Proposed release date(s):[123] Early 2019 Proposed system release: 2019 – PlayStation 4, Windows, Xbox One[124] Notes: Science fiction action role-playing game[124][125] Published by Electronic Arts[124]


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